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Tim GARDKN ISLAND.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TV KSDA Y F H V. R U A RV 20, 1912.
Ivtitcred at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
SvnscRiPTioN Rati:s$2.50 Pkk
YllAR, $1.50 IOK SIX MONTHS
Advkrtisino Ratks, 50 Ckxts
An Inch I'kr Month.
Front Page Advertising
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
E. 15. Hridukwater, Euitor
K. C. HorPKR, Manager
Thk Floral Parade next Thurs
day will most likely be a bloomin'
Turku and four mails per week
puts Liluie in a class second to
Dr. Ci.akk found everything
satisfactory among the recent ar
riving immigrants which bespeaks
the treatment of our plantation
Thk raid on a bunch of gamblers
who had congregated in the Iluleia
camp one day last week, netted
the County $216, being a contri
bution from sons of the rising sun.
TWO OF A KIND
Is not so sl'nv
In telling .di lie knows
While Hro.ner Frear
Gets ill high gear
And, cracky! how he goes!
Gov. Frijar's replv to Delegate
Kuhio's charges has appeared in
pamphlet form containing 98 pages.
It affords interesting reading and
explains many points which have
heretofore been rather obscure to
the odinary individual.
himself with the "Young China"1
Familv in meantime had grown
prosperous, but Dr. Sun was cut ,
off and forced to shift for self. i
Made four attempts to start re
volutions in China before he suc
Barely escaped losing his head
on several occasions and fled coun
try in disguise.
Realizes the dream of his life
the republic of China.
TiiHRK is a significance attached
to the celebration of Chinese New
Year that is probably not entirely
lost sight of by many Chinese who
realize the fact that this celebra
tion marks the closing of a law
and rule which has existed for
centuries upon centuries. T h e
Chinese New Yeai to the Chinese
has alwavs been a time for great
rejoicing; a time when all indif
ferences were forgotten; a time to
weld the ties-of friendship and to
endeavor to do good for evil; to
render aid to the poor, needy and
suffering, and on the whole to set
an example of true generousity to
the world at large. One of the
most important (and possibly
grave changes) to consider in the
passing of the Chinese New Year,
will be that which is necessary to
bring about a corresponding age
record. For instance a Chinese
child (according to old custom,)
who is 15 years of age, under the
new regime will be but 14 years of
age. To change the customs of a
country as old as China will be a
task fraught with many grave dif
ficulties of which the passing of
the Chinese New Year festivities
will be among the most difficult.
Prok. Starrf.TT should consult
that small farmer who produced
' ' n'sl' pv: 1 :iis sea-
o.i .nivl om.uu t lind a market lor
them. Had this small farmer rais
ed onions, he would no doubt have
found a strong demand for them.
Or even a crop of beets might beat
the Irish delicacy.
Read the following list. It con
tains articles that are backed by a
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
J. HOPP & CO., Ld
185 King St., Honolulu
Dr. Sun Yet's critics are not
altogether justified in their attack
on his attitude toward the New Re
public. The man whom he places
in charge of affairs may not be in
sympathy with the republican
cause, but, it can't be denied, that
he is in sympathy with a desire to
live a little longer. The new Pres
ident is no doubt aware of what
would happen were he to try any
monkeyshines and indications are
pretty strong that Dr. Sun Yet un
derstands precisely how the situa
Stopping The Paper
I've stopped the paper, yes I have,
I didn't like to do it,
But the editor he got too smart,
And I allow he'll rue it.
I am a man as pays my debts,
And I won't be insulted,
So when an editor gets too smart
I want to be consulted.
I took his paper 'leveii years,
An' helped it all I could, sir;
But when it comes to dunin' me,
I didn't think he would sir;
But that he did, and you can bet
It made me made as thunder;
Says I: "I'll quit the sheet, I will,
If the cussed thing goes under. "
I hunted up the measly whelp.
An' for his cunnin' caper
I paid them 'leven years and quit!
Yes, sir, I've stopped his paper.
THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE
1911 Knox Hats
finest we've ever asked you to look at
and that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in the chain of sha es
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that no man can say: "you haven t just
what I Wanted."
Knox soft Hats, $5.00 BEACON HATS
Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 (Made by Knox)
Knox Silk Hats, $8.00 $3.50
Silva's Toggery, Ld.
If you are athirst for
a real good glass of
beer, ask for
Their hard cutting surface and
perfect temper give them a las
Now that officers of the Kauai
Athletic Association have been
named, no time should be lost in
shaping things up for the coming
ball series. First of all, the num
ber of teams should be arranged,
anei mtu a nuuauic aeiieuiuc
will be necessary, At the earliest
possible time, bids for transporta
tion should be called for in order
to allow the various transporta
tion firms to size up the situation.
Whatever else to do. there is one
object which should never be
lost sight of. ami that is, "play
Concerning Dr. Sun Yal Sen
The carter of Dr. Sun Yat Sen,
t h e new! y-clected president of
. e re a
teiV points in the life oi ihe stormy
petrel of the Celestial kingdom:
Horn in dire.-t poverty in a shack
in Maui .
Fighter all hi life, the best
years of ".Inch were given to propaganda-
fur li'. .rating China.
Kir.!: .ifi- 1 C!iri--t iaio'v "tic' :tlier
,. . ,o tne
ted their heads
The V. G. Hall, from Hono
lulu, arrived on her regular trip
Friday morning, bringing a large
consignment of freight, mail and
the following passengers: A. S.
Wilcox, E. Kopke, Mrs. Osborn
and maid, Mr. Evans, Miss Virgie
Silva, W. T. Frost, Mr. Loveland.
The S. S. Mauna Loa arrived I
at Makaweli Friday morning
where after taking on a load of
sugar, she returned direct to Ho-
The S. S. W. G. Hall arrived on j
itime this morning with a small
i passenger list, mail and a big car
' go of miscellaneous freight.
The S. S. Kinau came in Wed
nesday morning with mail and the
following passengers: Mrs. Shel
don, C. C. I'almerston, I. L. Aus
tin, II. I,. White, Dr. Victor S.
Claik, Miss Padgett, K. Mooney,
VY'll. Graham, L. II. Hayseldon,
G. A. McDennott, 11. A. lk-edle.
Mrs. K . Pohonui .
The S. S. Mikahala arrived at
Kt-alia hist Thur-day wilh mail and
a cargo of lumber for the p! .ntation.
After d.schaiging iur cargo, slit
sailed fur Koloa where lrj look on
sugar, returning to Honolulu Fri
day. Miss Padgett, a Makawili School
Marin, and winner of t!a.- Star's
Contest eleventh prize, was a re
turning pas-ciigtr on t!:c Kinau.
Win . It. mam, .'ecu : :r... : . v f
' pas-t : r on t'u- Is i-
mm iw mi i mm mm i -wmum wiia
mm m m rmmm mm ' m mr
The J3eer That's J3rewed
locSuit Ine C lim&ie
You'll pronounce it
the finest beer you
ever drank. It's
for this climate.
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AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIANI SLANDS
His Happy Home
She sews tin' buttons on his shirt,
And darns his socks with cure,
Slii' never litils to lie ulert
His every woe to share.
Slie lays his nijlit rlotljes on the lied
And turns the rovers down,
She never tills his heart wilh dread
Ily a suspicious frown.
She iw him what he likes to cat,
And never makes roiiiilaiiit :
And tin IV is l!ccl' when they meet
A hint i. r..ld restraint,
llerlaith in him i-deep and jireat,
Shi r iurl- his least raress,
When h. '. I - l,.,ine to dinner late
'J in le is 1 1 . . hiuerne-s.
She never sr.. Id- lifiause the folk
Next doi.r have m. .re than they,
In him she .au-e- to invoke
( Jod's l.!e.,ii... day l.y day.
hi -llie- in every v:iy to i ,l-e
'I lie 1. 1. id. II- oi iii- hi, ;
Y"H may have j'u.--ed ere this 1 1 l st t
Just to hand. All (Juality
Goods, as also new Supplies
At Thrum's Bookstore,
All orders given careful attention.
Hi- lie t her, Hot hi- w iie.
Geo. !'.ar.s. i-ivil t ilL'ini er in the
j California Feed Co. 1 1
. Dealers in S
(IlAV, P-KAN, KOI.I.KDll.Vkl.l- V, I I
Oats. Wiikat. Midiji.ixgs
Arrival of New Spring
Styles at SACHS'
A large consignment of goods arrived by the S. S.
"Sierra" on January 12th, including: White Lingerie
Dresses from $10.00 to g50.00; White Knit Sweaters
with knitted collar and cuffs in pink, blue and lavender.
New Embroideries and Ueautifel Flouncinus.
Important to Ladies
Having secured the agency for "Knox" hats, we
are now showing their spring line of "Tailored Hats",
Panama and Sailor Hats.
Your Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
IIav, Bkax, Koi.i.kdHaki.i-v,
Oats, Whkat, Miduuxg.s
.roie aeni.- 101
Ixtkkxatioxai. Stock and
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
1'. O. Box 566
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temple and wre
from their lodie-.
Sent to Canton,
China, to study
i w as
Slitidon. was an arrival on
hy boon allitd Wediiv:day's Kiiuu.
I-partnn nt of I'uMic Works, came l- - 452
P ' tlie W. G. Hall Friday, on mmnfmtKam
h'lsiue-i to:;iKtttd with lheKai;ia
1 lolllLstt.ii! lots.
Mr. Loveland, was an arriv
1 th- W, G. 1 1 a 1 .
i Curio Den
1119 Fort Street, Honolulu
Has a fine line of Cut Glass.
postcards or photos
Hawaii & South Seas
H. h. White, the automobile uaWalian Scenes painted on China' i&W Curio Co.,
al on; man, from Honduln came in on Al PnniIlnr Pc I
the Kinau Wednesday, .-iujra w' n9.u.u,